Sphyrna Mokarran frequents Protea Banks mainly from January to April
Great hammerheads are very rare sightings and the sharks are extremely difficult to photograph.
They swim around on Protea Banks in small hunting packs of up to 5 animals. It can also be seen alone.
The Great Hammerhead is recognisable by its extra large dorsal fin, also known as ”The Which’s Hat”
The shark usually has a length of 3 meters plus, grey body with white underbelly and a long tail fin similar to the Tiger Shark’s.